I can't seem to find any comparisons in the insulin area under the curve for goat cheese vs. cow cheese specifically. I would imagine that the A1 casein variant leads to a greater response and that there is likely more casein in general in cow's cheese, but I don't really know. I think we can safely assume that goat cheese is better, but if the response is still significantly greater than an equivalent portion of meat, I could see it interfering with lipolysis.
Any info is appreciated.
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